(NewsReady.com) – China’s behavior throughout the COVID-19 pandemic has been shady, to say the least. The US even believes the Communist regime kept the outbreak hidden so the country could stockpile supplies for itself. But how long did they keep the world in the dark? New evidence suggests longer than we originally thought.
A new Harvard Medical School study shows the outbreak may have begun in the fall of 2019. Researchers looked at satellite images and noticed an increase in traffic “outside five major Wuhan hospitals” in the late summer and autumn.
Harvard Medical Professor Dr. John Brownstein told ABC News the satellite images match the period of time where Chinese internet searches for symptoms that are “closely associated” with the coronavirus.
If this turns out to be true, it means the Chinese knew about the outbreak months before they shared it with the rest of the world.
Think of how many lives could have been saved had President Donald Trump known about the virus before spreading. Consider the businesses that could still be open today. The possibility of this being international is unfathomable, but may very well be exactly what happened.
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